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The Teaching and Learning Coach has both content and instructional expertise in curriculum design, instructional best practices, and the integration and use of technology in the classroom. The Teaching and Learning Coach must understand how to analyze data and use results for instructional improvement. The Teaching and Learning Coach will demonstrate leadership qualities, interpersonal skills, and personal characteristics necessary for working effectively with new and experienced staff.
– MN valid teacher license certification
– Requires a Master’s Degree in Education
– Reading License preferred
– Five (5) years of successful teaching experience
– Proven record of improving student achievement
– Engage in job-embedded coaching with teachers in the area of curriculum, instruction, and assessment with a focus on integrating innovative instructional practices into daily instruction
– Collaborate on the design, implementation, and facilitation of professional learning around innovative instructional strategies
– Build capacity and leadership in other staff through consultation, collaboration, direct instruction, and job embedded coaching through a growth mindset
– Demonstrate willingness to assume a leadership position by facilitating professional collaborative groups among teachers and coaches focusing on continuous improvement
– Work positively toward meeting identified district and building improvement goals
– Demonstrate knowledge and expertise in equity and culturally responsive teaching practices
– Develop and maintain a confidential, collegial relationship with teachers while working collaboratively and collegially with other instructional, building, and district leadership
– Assist teachers in obtaining resources to support instructional and professional learning
– Participate in regular professional development to improve knowledge, skills, instructional coaching in literacy, math, STEM, and supporting the work of technology integration
– Work collaboratively with teachers and administrators to focus on reflective dialog that drive instructional decisions and improves student achievement
– Provide leadership in assessment to ensure classroom assessments are aligned with standards, curriculum, and instructional priorities
– Assist with analyzing and interpreting data for promoting instructional improvement, improving student learning, and assisting in individual or district-wide staff development
– Provide leadership with Multi-Tiered Systems of Support
– Assist building principals in providing leadership for the Professional Learning Community (PLC)
– Serve as a member of the School Leadership Team, Problem Solving Team, Staff Development Committee, and assist in other leadership roles
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